A model to measure Organizational Readiness for software process improvement

@article{Dagnino2014AMT,
  title={A model to measure Organizational Readiness for software process improvement},
  author={Aldo Dagnino and Andrew Cordes},
  journal={2014 9th International Conference on Software Engineering and Applications (ICSOFT-EA)},
  year={2014},
  pages={329-336}
}
This paper presents a model that can be used to measure the readiness of an organization to engage in a software process improvement (SPI) program. This model focuses on the main stakeholders of an SPI program, which include the “Sponsor”, the “Change Agent”, and the “Organization” directly affected by the improvements. The model identifies the drivers that motivate the SPI main stakeholders and assigns metrics to these drivers so that it is possible to evaluate the readiness of the whole… CONTINUE READING

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